The OAAC is actively monitoring information concerning COVID-19.
We know that several of the qualifying tournaments for HSTOC have been cancelled for this year.
We are working on a plan to make sure all of the students wishing to try and qualify for the HSTOC have the opportunity to do so.
When we know more, it will be posted here.
As long as your students are still interested in qualifying and attending the HSTOC,
we will do our best to make it happen this year.
Online High School Tournament of Champions Qualifying Events
Who: 9th - 12th grade students
Where: In your computer lab
When: 3 different events - see dates below
Cost: $2 per student per test
Awards: 1st - 3rd place medals for each subject for each event
Guidelines for the OAAC Online TOCQ
Participating and/or Qualifying at an OAAC TOC qualifier will NOT give a student an advantage at the TOC.
1.) All students taking a test must be monitored at all times. Documentation must be submitted. (sample)
2.) Only students taking the scheduled test(s) for that time period are allowed to be in the testing room during the test. Students may leave the room once their test has been completed.
3.)Students taking multiple tests must wait until the next testing session begins to start their next test.
4.) The tests will be open on the specified dates. Tests may be taken at any time during those dates, within the same test/same time specifications.
January 13 - February 24 - HSTOCQ One
March 2-31 - HSTOCQ Two
April 1-17 - HSTOCQ Three
5.) HSTOCQ offers the following tests
6.) It is permissible for a district to spread the tests over multiple events. All students from a single district must take the same subject test at the same time.
7.) Each school will set-up their own time schedule.
8.) A school may participate by subject grade in only one OAAC HSTOC qualifier per year. If you give the English Usage 9th grade test during HSTOCQ One, it may not be taken by your school during any of the other testing events. You may, however give EU 9th during HSTOCQ One then offer EU 10th during any subsequent HSTOCQ. Subjects may be spread over the 4 dates.
9.) If your student has already qualified in a specific area - please do not enter the same student to test in that area a 2nd time. Leave the spot for someone else.
10.) A school may attend as many college and university scholastic tournaments as it would like.
The online HSTOCQ offers the following tests:
Algebra I - open to students enrolled in Algebra I only.
Algebra II - open to students enrolled in Algebra II only
American Literature -open to HS Juniors or students currently enrolled in American Literature ONLY
Biology I- open to students enrolled in Biology I only.
Current Events May be taken each year -- still offered to all attendees as open enrollment
English Literature - open to HS Seniors or students currently enrolled in English Literature ONLY
English Usage 9th Grade- open to HS Freshmen or students currently enrolled in English I ONLY
English Usage 10th Grade- open to HS Sophomores or students currently enrolled in English II ONLY
English Usage 11th Grade- open to HS Juniors or students currently enrolled in English III ONLY
English Usage 12th Grade- open to HS Seniors or students currently enrolled in English IV ONLY
German (specify year I, II)
Geometry - open to students enrolled in Geometry ONLY
Humanities & Fine Arts - Focus Period May be taken each year
Music History & Theory - may be taken only ONCE
Physical Science - open to students enrolled in Physical Science ONLY
Spanish(specify year I, II)
US History - open to HS Juniors or students currently enrolled in US History ONLY
Vocabulary I - Freshmen- open to HS Freshmen Only - May be taken only once in OAAC HSTOCQ
Vocabulary III - Junior- open to HS Junior Only - May be taken only once in OAAC HSTOCQ
Our intent in offering a HSTOCQ is not to replace the existing qualifying tournaments held by the colleges and universities, but to allow the high schools in outlying areas an opportunity to qualify for the HSTOC without multiple long trips. Also, offering additional qualifying tests for subjects not offered by all scholastic tournaments.
Please submit entry at least 3 days prior to your testing date.
If you would like a copy to print and fill in by hand click here.
If you would like to fill out an Excel version, click here. (look for explanation comments in the 3 sample lines)
PO Drawer B
Carnegie, Oklahoma 73015-0630
Phone - 580-654-1852
College and university scholastic tournaments
Many colleges and universities have scholastic tournaments. The ones listed below are only the ones for which I have received information. If you know of a scholastic tournament that is not listed please e me the info and I will add it.
Your students WILL qualify for the HSTOC if they placed 1st - 5th at a scholastic meet at any college or university.
Do you attend a meet that is not listed below? Please send information and/or contact info so it can be added to the list.
February - East Central University @ Ada Annual Interscholastic Meet
Scholars Meet @ Carl Albert State College @ Poteau
Seminole State Interscholastic Meet @ Seminole
Southwestern Oklahoma State University @ Weatherford SWIM Competition
Southeastern Oklahoma State University @ Durant Annual Oklahoma Inter-High School Curriculum Meet
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma @ Chickasha Scholastic Achievement Meet
Cameron University @ Lawton CU Interscholastics
Eastern Oklahoma State University @ Wilburton Scholastic Contest
Northern Oklahoma College @ Tonkawa Interscholastic Contest
Connors State College @ Warner Interscholastic Contest
Other colleges & universities. If you have information about scholastic meets or curricular tournaments at these locations, please e me.
Bacone College, Muskogee
Langston University, Langston
Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College
Northeastern State College, Broken Arrow, Muskogee, Tahlequah
Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Alva/Woodward/Enid
Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee
Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Goodwell
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Bartlesville
Oral Roberts University
Redlands Community College, El Reno
Rogers State University, Bartlesville, Claremore, Pryor
Rose State College, Midwest City
St. Gregory's University, Shawnee
Southern Nazarene University, Bethany
Southwestern Christian University, Bethany
Southwestern College, Midwest City
Tulsa Community College
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
University of Oklahoma, Norman
University of Phoenix, Oklahoma City, Tulsa
University of Tulsa, Tulsa
Wayland Baptist University, Altus
Western Oklahoma State College, Altus